On Saturday 12 May 2018, 1:15pm–3:15pm there will be over 30 stalls selling excellent condition baby and children’s goods at bargain prices. Well-known brands at a fraction of high street prices. Everything imaginable for your little ones.
JOIN THE EVENT ON MUM2MUM MARKET YORKSHIRE FACEBOOK PAGE FOR SALE ITEM PREVIEWS
**Buggies & Travel Systems **Stairgates, Toddler Furniture
**Home & Safety Equipment **Baby Carriers & Harnesses
**Moses Baskets, Cots & Travel Cots **Growbags, Bed Guards
**Sterilisers and Feeding Equipment **Highchair’s, Bumbos
**Trikes, Balance Bikes, Bikes and Outdoor Toys
**Baby Walkers, Bouncers, Jumperoo’s & Activity Centres
All great brands
**Hundreds of Toys, Books and Games including- Little Tikes, ELC, Fisher Price, Vtech, Mamas & Papas
**Baby and children’s clothes starting from 50p including (Various brands)
To Book a Stall go to Mum2mum Market Website
£2 entry per adult (kids are free) also the last half hour of the sale is free Ensure you come early to bag all the best bargains. (2-4-1 voucher available on Mum2mum website)
- Northowram Scarecrow Festival This Weekend
- Shibden Hall Closures for Filming ‘Gentleman Jack’
- Brass Band and Antique Cycles at Tour de Yorkshire Stage 4
- Field Lane Fun Day
Have a great weekend!
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Calderdale Sports Services deliver monthly fun swim sessions for disabled children & young people aged 5 – 18 years.
The sessions promote positive experiences, enable children to gain confidence in the water and assist in developing friendships.
The fun swim sessions will take place on the following dates at Brighouse Pool & Fitness Centre, Woodvale Road, Brighouse, HD6 4AX.
- Sunday 20 May 3:00-4:00pm
- Sunday 17 June 3:00-4:00pm
- Sunday 15 July 3:00-4:00pm
If you are interested please let us know by contacting Debbie Greenwood who will ask you a few questions about health and ability to check whether further support is required for your child to attend the session.
Please also complete the Fun Swim Registration and Consent Form and send to the email address below.
Please contact Debbie Greenwood, Disability Sports Development Officer for further details.
Phone: 01422 341527
Between 1831 and 1890 thousands of local Sunday School children would come together in The Piece Hall over Whitsuntide for The Big Sing. It’s been recorded that up to 34,000 would pack the vast courtyard for this popular event and celebration of song.
On 25 May 2018 The Piece Hall Trust in partnership with Calderdale Music Trust and Music Director Sam Dunkley from Performing Arts etc. will recreate this magnificent tradition once again. The project will bring 1,000 children from over 20 Calderdale primary schools together to perform a selection of songs, a number of which have been specially commissioned and written by the schools involved. This inaugural event will mark the extraordinary heritage of The Piece Hall, bringing it to life for the participants and audience in what we hope will become a tradition.
Witness history being recreated as we celebrate the past, present and future of The Piece Hall and the local community.
Schools include: Bolton Brow Academy, Barkisland Primary, Scout Road Academy, Old Town Primary, Calder Primary, Holy Trinity Primary, Bowling Green Primary, Salterhebble J & I School, Copley Primary, St Joseph’s Todmorden, Woodbank, Savile Park, Cross Lane, St Joseph’s Halifax, Lee Mount, Burnley Road, Moorside Community Primary School, Beech Hill, Ling Bob and St Andrews Junior, New Road Primary, Luddendenfoot Primary and Saint Chads Primary.
Entry from 6:30pm is £5 (four tickets for £18). The show begins at 7:30pm.
Northowram Scarecrow Festival is a FREE family event that takes place this year on the May Bank Holiday weekend Saturday 5 -Monday 7 May.
There’s fun for all the family at Northowram Village, Halifax, where in addition to the Scarecrow Trail there’s a Fun Dog Show, Bake Off, BBQ, Live Music, Children’s Games, Raffle and Tombola.
To enter the competition please register your Scarecrow.
This year there will be 2 “categories” to enter
- Traditional – usually a single item (using straw, dried grass etc as the main component)
- Display – those with an idea on a grand scale (as it says, something bigger than your average scarecrow)
Each category winner and runner-up will receive a rosette and certificate.
The ‘Helen Silson’ trophy will be awarded to the scarecrow voted best by the Judges from all those entered. Also as usual there will be an award for the scarecrow voted top in the ‘Peoples vote’.
Baby massage for dads is a 4 week course designed to teach parents all the skills of baby massage, how it may aid relaxation, sleep and assist with the symptoms of colic. Learners will be provided with everything apart from you will need to bring a towel each week.
Being hosted by Holywell Green Children’s Centre, Stainland Road from Saturday 5 May- Saturday 26 May, 10:00am—11:00am.
Suitable for babies aged 6 weeks to crawling.
Book a place by calling 01422 266197 or book online.
Calderdale and KIrklees CCGs need your help to design a future service. They invite you to two events to help them do this. The two events will be held in one central location ‘The Holiday Inn’, Clifton Village, West Yorkshire, Brighouse, HD6 4HW and they would like your support to attend one or both events.
The first event is on Friday 11 May, 9:45am-2:30pm. This event is about sharing what people have already told us about wheelchair services, looking at these findings and making sure we have not missed anything. The second one is on Friday 20 July, 9:45am -12:15pm. This follow up event is about looking at our proposed model of service and hearing your views about this.
You can register to attend the event using the online link or scanning the QR code (for registration by mobile) below. Or by printing off the registration form and returning to the FREEPOST address at the back of the form.
The event will give you an opportunity to hear the feedback we have received on the current service, and help to use the feedback to shape a future service.
If you can’t attend the event but would still like to be involved, they will be talking to local people and groups between the 11 May and the 20 July to gather feedback.
Contact Dawn Pearson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 01422 307428.